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Bill Clinton's IQ Might Surprise You

Bill Clinton, the 42nd President of the United States, has been a prominent figure in both modern history and popular culture (via Biography). Despite maintaining a moderate to high approval rating throughout the duration of his presidency, this iconic figure was one of only three American presidents to be impeached (via Pew Research Center). His political career was a pendulum of ups and downs, defined by times of peace and scandal.

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Bill Clinton's IQ Might Surprise You

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    Bill Clinton's IQ Might Surprise You

    Bill Clinton's IQ Might Surprise You

    Bill Clinton, the 42nd President of the United States, has been a prominent figure in both modern history and popular culture (via Biography). Despite maintaining a moderate to high approval rating throughout the duration of his presidency, this iconic figure was one of only three American presidents to be impeached (via Pew Research Center). His political career was a pendulum of ups and downs, defined by times of peace and scandal.

    How The Clinton Family Really Got So Rich

    How The Clinton Family Really Got So Rich

    One of the more prominent examples of wealth in the political world is seen in the relationship of Bill and Hillary Clinton, the political power couple who continue to be outspoken figures in the field. According to Celebrity Net Worth, the Clintons have a combined net worth of $120 million.

    The Truth About Bill Clinton's Sketchy Brother

    The Truth About Bill Clinton's Sketchy Brother

    We've all got that crazy aunt, uncle, or cousin that mom and dad don't want mentioned at the church picnic. In the case of the Clinton political dynasty, it's former President Bill Clinton's brother Roger Clinton Jr. Half-brother, technically. The guy is so sketchy that the Secret Service gave him the code name "Headache" during the Clinton presidency, according to The New York Times. (Hilary's brother's were reportedly a handful, as well.) So just how much trouble does one have to get into to earn such a nickname during an administration so fraught with its own ignominy? That was a question that Roger Clinton Jr. found an answer to.

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